David  Davison

David Davison

Head of public sector, charities and not-for-profit, Spence & Partners

David is a director at Spence & Partners Actuaries and Dalriada Trustees.

He performs the role of a professional pension scheme trustee and specialises in providing pensions advice to charities and not-for-profit organisations, especially those who run their own final salary schemes or who participate in the LGPS and multi-employer schemes.

 

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Charities in local government pension schemes prepare for more funding pain

Last month charities under the London Pension Fund Authority scheme saw their payments sharply rise due to changes to how their debt and risk of default is calculated. David Davison warns other local government pension schemes could follow suit.

Charities must prepare for new pension accounting standard

David Davison reminds charities that FRS102 is just around the corner and it is essential that they prepare for it now.

Charities in London pension scheme see payments 'more than double'

Pension contributions have more than doubled to around a third of pensionable salaries for some charities with employees in the local authority pension scheme for London.

Is your pension solution ‘intangible’?

David Davison discusses the possibility of securing your charities’ intellectual property against your pension liabilities.






Pensions update

David Davison explains the latest changes in pensions legislation.

Charity employers want to continue with Growth Plan, says Pensions Trust

Pensions specialist David Davison has queried why the troubled charity sector pension scheme Growth Plan was not closed last year. Logan Anderson, head of customer relations at the Pensions Trust, explains why.

Should Growth Plan have closed last year?

Our regular pensions blogger David Davison explains why he believes the Pensions Trust Growth Plan pension scheme should have closed last year.

Scottish independence could harm UK-wide charities with pension deficits

Specialist pensions consultant David Davison has warned that an independent Scotland would mean UK-wide charities would have to plug their pension holes immediately, which could lead some to close.

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